", "Louisville's Oksana Masters wins milestone silver medal in Winter Paralympics skiing", "Jane Mayhall, Poet Who Gained Prominence Late in Life, Is Dead at 90", "Frank Neuhauser, winner of first national spelling bee, dies at 97", "Notable Kentucky African Americans Database", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_people_from_the_Louisville_metropolitan_area&oldid=988726574, People from the Louisville metropolitan area, Lists of people by city in the United States, Louisville metropolitan area-related lists, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Louisville lawyer who formerly served in both houses of the, pre-prohibition distiller and businessman of the 19th and 20th century, Ornithologist, naturalist and painter; lived in Louisville for about two years, Blues guitarist and singer; had million-seller hit in 1956 with "Love Is Strange" with wife Sylvia, Television news reporter, weatherman, and presidential candidate; born and raised in Louisville, Actor in and producer of more than 100 films; produced, Character actor of film, TV and stage; appeared in a wide variety of roles in movies such as, President of Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company and instigator of rules and regulations for modern bowling, Professional wrestler known by the stage name 2 Tuff Tony, American Air Force lieutenant general who was assistant vice chief of staff, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C., and also served as chairman and senior Air Force representative, United States Delegation to the Military Staff Committee, United Nations, Louisville businessman; basketball star at the, Actor and comedian; known for his "Lovable Lush" character; long-time Las Vegas headliner; appeared on numerous TV programs from the mid-1960s to mid-1990s; cameo roles in, Film actor and director; directed several films starring silent screen legend, Half of the black comedic song and tap dance team "Buck & Bubbles" with his partner Ford Lee "Buck" Washington; appeared in films, Member of the 2012 United States Olympic Swim Team, where he placed 6th in the final of the 200 meter breastroke, Actress best known as Debra Morgan on Showtime's, Silent film actor; appeared in numerous films including the 1921 serial, Preeminent military leader on the northwestern frontier during the, Former Kentucky Derby celebrity turned recycling industry leader and innovator; best known for calling out woodpeckers in sawdust piles, Actor and narrator in radio, film and television from the 1930s through the 1990s; provided the voice for Marshal Matt Dillon in the radio version of, Professional wrestling manager and promoter, University of Notre Dame football player; head football college football coach at Indiana University; assistant football coach at Notre Dame and Purdue University, Australian reality television personality (, Attorney, first woman to defend a court-martial case brought by the United States Army, Actress, starred in 1931 Academy Award Best Picture, Lawyer, jurist, writer, and historian; a founder of the, Basketball player; former University of Louisville and NBA player; head coach for, Inventor and businessman; before fame, lived in, Basketball player; born in Savannah, Georgia; "Never Nervous Pervis" was the starting center for the University of Louisville for four years, including the 1986 national championship year; second freshman to be named the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Final Four; first overall pick in the 1989 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings, Professional basketball player who last played for, Nurse at Kosair Children's Hospital; ethologist interested in gorillas, Nationally syndicated cartoonist; creator of, Kentucky State Representative (1962–1964), State Senator (1966–1968), Adjutant General (1971–1977), Vaudeville dancer, on Broadway and silent film, also lyricist, Film actor during the 1930s and 1940s; appeared in supporting roles in Laurel & Hardy shorts, Director and producer of 1970s B-grade films such as, Television and radio talk show host; two-time Emmy Award-winner, Film director and innovator; credited with originating many camera techniques still commonly used in films today; directed, Basketball player; won 1980 NCAA basketball championship and, Award-winning sculptor who is noted for his many famous public monuments, [ [Jack Harllow] ] Rapper (Please add more to thos), TV and film actor, regular cast member on the cable TV program, journalist, author, poet, newspaper founder/publisher, evangelist, social reformer, Railroad executive, founder of the Hotel del Coronado and businessman, Movie director, movie producer, documentary, Singer and actress, member of the 1970s pop music trio, Louisville businessman; player and assistant coach at the, Astronomer, astrophysicist; basketball coach at New Albany High School; namesake of the, Stage and film actor, star of the 1935 film, Presbyterian minister, gave dedicatory address for, Lawyer, Presbyterian leader, author, trustee of, Genealogist, artist, writer, philanthropist.

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